MathWorks Technical Writer - Simulink in Natick, Massachusetts
Technical Writer - Simulink
Do you have a flair for writing and a talent for explaining complex concepts to technical audiences?
Simulink is powerful software that enables engineers to graphically model and simulate complex systems on their computers. Engineers around the world use Simulink to get their ideas off the ground, including developing safety-critical control systems and reducing fuel emissions. Simulink add-on products have specialized components for aerospace, communications, control logic, signal processing, video and image processing, and many other applications.
You might be:
A recent graduate in engineering or computer science with a keen interest in technical communication
An experienced electrical, systems, or software engineer considering a career change
An experienced technical writer with a strong engineering or computer science background
Come join a team that writes sophisticated online help content that teaches engineers and students to use our Simulinksoftware to solve challenging engineering problems.
At MathWorks, we take pride in our documentation and it is a fully-integrated part of our software. As an important member of a multidisciplinary team, you will:
Write user-focused content that explains how to use tools to design, model, and simulate engineering systems.
Work with customers and customer facing groups to identify use cases, workflows, user tasks, and information needs.
Get hands-on with our software and build the knowledge you need to write interesting, realistic tutorials, examples, and procedures for our users.
Be an important part of our software development process. Review new features and suggest improvements. Help us design our state-of-the-art tools before we release them to customers.
- A bachelor's degree and 5 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree, or equivalent experience) is required.
Bachelors or Masters in engineering, science, mathematics, or other technical area
Experience with interaction design or User Experience (UX)
Proven ability to explain complex engineering or science concepts clearly
Ability to work collaboratively with cross-functional development, quality, and UX teams
Experience using Simulink or MATLAB